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|Name:||PNP Inductive Proximity Switch||Feature:||High Switching Frequency|
|Output Method:||PNP||Induction Method:||Normally Closed|
3 wire pnp proximity sensor,
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Magnetic Metal PNP Inductive Proximity Switch High Switching Frequency
|Lag distance||Less than 10% of the detection distance|
|Detecting objects||Magnetic metal (detection distance is reduced when non-magnetic metal)|
|voltage||DC : DC 12~24 (6~36V) pulse (p-p) below 10%|
|AC : AC 110~220V (36~250V) 50/60Hz|
|Current consumption||N.P : ≤13mA|
|D : ≤0.8mA|
|A : ≤1.7mA|
|Control output||N.P : ≤300mA|
|D : ≤200mA|
|A : ≤400mA|
|Loop protection||N.P.D : reverse connection protection, surge absorption, load short circuit protection|
|A : surge absorption|
|Ambient temperature||-30~+65°C (no icing, no condensation)|
|Insulation resistance||50MΩ or more (DC500 megohmmeter) (between charging part and housing)|
|Withstand voltage||AC 1000V 50/60HZ 1min (between charging part and Housing)|
|Temperature effect||-30~+65°C: detection distance error ±15% at +23°C|
|-25~+60°C: detection distance error ±10% at +23°C|
|Voltage effect||6-36V (90-250V) : ±15% of detection distance error|
|10-30V (220V) : ±10% of detection distance error|
|Protection level||IP67 (IEC)|
|Detection surface: ABS|
Note:Please read the "Precautions" of the product manual before use.
Two specific types sensors are available; PNP and NPN. The difference is a result of the internal circuit design and type of transistors used.
PNP and NPN has nothing to do with whether the sensor is normally open (N/O) or normally closed (N/C), i.e. a PNP sensor may be either N/O or N/C as can an NPN be either N/O or N/C.
Why two types?
The selection of a PNP sensor verses an NPN sensor is determined by the nature of the circuit the device is to be used in. When used in a traditional relay type control circuit, it is normally possible to use either the PNP or the NPN type of sensor.
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